KINGSTON — A program on New England connected farms will be presented Saturday at Kingston Community Library.
The free program, which begins at 2 p.m., will show how 19th and early 20th century northern New England farmers converted their detached homes and barns into connected farmsteads.
It’s led by architectural historian Thomas Hubka, author of “Big House, Little House, Back House, Barn: The Connected Farm Buildings of New England.”
There will be 19th century-style refreshments, and produce provided by White Cedar Farm in Kingston.
The program is presented by the Kingston Historical Museum and the town’s Heritage and Historic District commissions through a grant provided by the New Hampshire Humanities Council. Support is also received from Friends of the Kingston Community Library.
For more information, contact Lindsay McDougall at 770-8036 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
DWI checkpoint planned in Londonderry
LONDONDERRY — State and local police will conduct a sobriety checkpoint in Londonderry this weekend.
State troopers from Troop B in Bedford and will participate along with members of the Londonderry Police Department. Police will be looking for impaired drivers.
The checkpoint has been authorized by Rockingham Superior Court and will be conducted under guidelines established through the New Hampshire Attorney General’s Office, according to police.